- full of loops.
- eccentric; crazy; dotty.
- befuddled or confused, especially due to intoxication.
- Scot. crafty; sly.
Origin of loopy
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Examples from the Web for loopy
With Reiner playing the straight man, Caesar plays a wise-cracking and loopy archaeology professor.Sid Caesar’s 5 Funniest Moments
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As nasty as Simon but as loopy as Paula, the ‘Va Va Voom’ diva is fabulous on ‘American Idol’ this season.A Love Letter to ‘American Idol’ Judge Nicki Minaj
March 7, 2013
In the early days of their courtship, Harold told Antonia, “I am loopy about you: I feel 18.”A Literary Love Affair
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November 3, 2010
It was pretty much as loopy and over the top as an episode of the show.Inside the Vampire Diaries Craze
November 2, 2010
This is where the loopy logic of fundamentalism leads people like Vida: gay self-loathing or utter denial.Afghanistan's Got Talent
June 23, 2009
Sometimes this path is loopy, and its little nods correspond to nutation.Pioneers of Science
"You don't have to hold him," called Captain Burgee, dismounting from Loopy the mate.Sugar Plum
Under it was written in her black, loopy handwriting, "My Hero and my Love."Shadows of Flames
I should use very thick worsted and make very big, loopy, spready stitches.If You Touch Them They Vanish
- full of loops; curly or twisted
- informal slightly mad, crazy, or stupid
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Word Origin and History for loopy
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